New Year, New Needs
Florida is in the midst of an avoidable catastrophe that is hurting our at-risk children. Case managers, who are trained to help at-risk families and children navigate what can be a difficult and confusing child-welfare system, are quitting the profession at an alarming rate, leaving children with fewer focused advocates for their needs in a time of crisis. The ever-changing faces of those tasked to help them only worsens what can be a terrifying experience for families and children.
Case managers help children and families in complex and stressful environments. Their profession requires appropriate and effective training and a specialized set of (keep reading)
Forever Families Project
Children available for adoption are featured weekly on CBS 12 through the Forever Family project. This Florida-based non-profit project leverages the power of the media to help children and teens in foster care find loving, adoptive families. Communities Connected for Kids became a Forever Family partner earlier this summer to highlight the adoption needs of local children in foster care.
All segments air on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. and again on Saturdays, then on NBC 6 Miami, NBC 6 Fort Myers, and WFTV Channel 9 in Orlando. To see previous segments, visit CBS 12. You can also catch each interview on our Communities Connected for Kids Facebook page.
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